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Activists blocked the institution's entrance and staged a “die-in” inside the museum, condemning MoMA's board chair's ties to the fossil fuel industry.
The plumpness that stands out in Botero’s work represented not a commentary on fatness but rather the artist’s appreciation for curvature and form.
Protests and exhibitions against the Islamic Republic of Iran’s authoritarian regime will take place in dozens of cities across the US.
The exhibition explores Native American and colonial history through work by contemporary Lenape artists, including beadwork, paintings, and an installation of a Big House Post.
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Many worry that the broad language of the new changes will be abused by corporate manufacturers and undermine legal protections.
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Several arts organizations have stopped requiring reference letters. More should follow suit.
The New York institution is the latest to increase its admission fee, joining the Whitney, the Guggenheim, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Asako Tabata presents a stark, unsettling vision of a society in which women have little chance to achieve autonomy.
Pasolini's consideration of art included essays, reviews, poems, and autobiographical meditations.
The 33 antiquities were linked to notorious trafficker Douglas Latchford.